LG gave up with the mobile division, but tablets are still one of the areas in which they want to move. These are experiencing a second generation and, although Apple is still the main driver with its iPad, the competition continues to tighten.
The new LG is the LG Ultra Tab, a mid-range tablet with military resistance and a 2K screen. Two specifications are enough to differentiate it from other tablets in the price range in which it moves. These are its features and specifications.
LG Ultra Tab technical specifications
|LG Ultra Tab
60 Hz refresh rate
2000 x 1200 resolution
500 nits maximum brightness
|Dimensions and Weight
|247.6 x 157.3 x 7.1mm
|Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 2.4GHz
Expandable via microSD cards
Fast charge 25W
Bluetooth, dual-band Wi-Fi
MIL-STD 810G resistance
Resistant and with a good heart
LG does not play with the processor of its new Tab Ultra, betting on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680. This mid-range platform has demonstrated good performance in the past, although the memory configuration is 4 + 64 GB, not very demanding in these times.
The panel features LCD technology, with 2K resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. The maximum peak brightness is 500 nits, so we should be able to properly display the screen in bright sunlight. The panel is compatible with LG’s stylus, which is particularly useful for notes, drawing, etc.
Also interesting is the MIL-STD 810G military resistance rating, indicating that this is a more resistant tablet than many of its rivals. To power the set we find a 7,040mAh battery with a 25W fast charger, although the charger found in the box is 16W.
Versions and prices of the LG Ultra Tab
The new LG Ultra Tab has landed in Korea at $325. There is no news yet about its international availability.
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